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schumer. >> he is. >> yeah, but that's all you got? you're better looking than chuck schumer? it's like saying aim the best-looking regular on the show. what do you think now, hot shot? >> maybe i'm not thinking. maybe i'm just brooding. >> i'm kind of sad about it. >> well, you should be. andy, let's pick on bill. >> i put this thing back to you, greg, and i'm in a passive aggressive mood, so i'm not saying it. >> back to me, america. coming up, what's love got to do with it? >> what's love got to do with it, to do with it? what's love but a secondhand emotion. dude, you got to move on. i told you it was over. >>> what's so grand about an elastic waistband? the answer is even more beautiful than the question. oh this is lame, investors could lose tens of thousands of dollars on their 401(k) to hidden fees. is that what you're looking for, like a hidden fee in your giant mom bag? maybe i have them... oh that's right i don't because i rolled my account over to e-trade where... woah. okay... they don't have hidden fees... hey fern. the junkrawer? why would they... is that my gerbil? you s
:13 a.m. sunday morning. right before chuck schumer was going to be on with chuck todd on nbc's "meet the press." that was not by accident. i think marco rubio knew that schumer, another member of the gang of eight trying to make the immigration deal was likely to say look, it's all over but the shouting, we have to dot the i's and crossed t's, but we've reached an accord. for marco rubio it's about short-term and longer-term thinking and impact. he wants to be in the room to make a deal. that would help as he goes forward in a general election context. but in a primary, in a presidential primary. he can't look like he got rolled by chuck schumer and the white house, he has to look like he put up a fight. he got everything he can possibly get and they capitulated to him, not the other way around. i think it's probably not totally done. and chuck schumer said something to thaesk. i think a lot of this is about perception, how this looks for marco rubio in the room and what it looks like when it comes out, if there is a deal. >> this involves the chamber of commerce and the labor moveme
of the house security committee michael mike mccaul. lindsey gram and chuck schumer with the difference on between a terrorist and criminal and whether boston changes the immigration debate. and when the unimaginable becomes real. >> why did young men who grew up and studied here as part of our communities and our country resort to such violence? how did they plan and carry out these attacks? and did they receive any help? >> our all-star panel on what we know about the suspects and what it tells us about their mission. i'm candy crowley. this is "state of the union." federal terrorism charges could be filed as early as today against the second boston marathon bombing suspect. dzhokhar tsarnaev remains hospitalized this morning with injuries including one to his throat. "new york times" is reporting that the department of homeland security decided in recent months to delay action on an application for citizenship from the other suspected bomber, tamerlan tsarnaev. a routine background check revealed he was interviewed by the fbi in 2011 at the request of the russian government, which su
of the process. if harry reid and chuck schumer try to ram it through it will not pass. >> chris: what about the danger it ends up getting anybodiled to death. >> that is a danger. that is where marco and schumer and other have to hold the line. i commend the gang of eight for doing what they are trying to do. the key is the enforcement. i like the high skilled worker. i like the fact that there is no federal benefits to anybody until they he actually get in line and ultimately get citizenship. that is huge for a lot of the conservatives and quite frankly many of the democrats. >> chris: marjorie this is an issue you worked on a lot. your sense of this and its political viability? >> there has been no time like the present in that we saw the power of the latino vote coming out of the past election. both parties know the inevitablity and necessity of having the voting poll going into future elections. we had voices we never had before. sean hannity onboard with the policy and mark zuckerberg speaking out on it. the republican national committee. and 80% of the public agreeing about the path t
ammunition clips and those measures are not expected to pass. senator chuck schumer is meeting with president barack obama and the president issued a statement supporting the bill and urging action. this would make a path for illegal citizens to become legal and they will focus on boarder security. >>> two lawsuits challenge the state law. now the controversial therapy has been designed to make this straight and has been out loud. they blocked the ban on conversion therapy in december until they can hear full arguments on the issue. >>> a pedestrian was killed while trying to walk across near the san pedro exist. the man was hit by two vehicles, one after another. the driver of the first car immediately pulled over and the second driver immediately left the scene. >> it is a nice looking drive coming to the pay gates. if you are driving on the peninsular highway 101 and 280, that traffic does look good. let's go to steve. >> more spring snowstorms, and in calistoga 39 and look at lakeport, a breeze in the 50s and most locations are seeing 35 and at the napa airport 32. san francisco 57 and th
filibuster. senator chuck schumer, however, still optimistic there can be compromise when it comes to background checks. >> i'm working very hard with both democrats and republicans, pro nra and antinra people to come up with a background check bill that will be acceptable to 60 senators and be very strong and get the job done. it's very hard. we're working hard and i'm very hopeful that we can get this passed. >> there's word of an impending deal on comprehensive immigration reform. members of the senate gang of eight including chuck schumer said that a deal was practically done or at the least very close. >> with the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved on the gang of eight. i am very, very optimistic that we will have aen agreement among the eight of us next week. >> but senator marco rubio was less sure. his office offered a clear headline no final agreement on immigration legislation yet. senator schumer said there will be minor, quote, kerfuffle as the final language is ironed out. the key sticking point, negotiating with the chambe
is a gang if chuck schumer is in it? some republicans said they wouldn't agree to anything until the boarder is absolutely secure. >> people still get threw, but we have a reasonable expectation of catching them. we don't need a saled border we need a secure border. >> michael: where there is a flicker of bipartisan agreement there is a republican ready to douse it with a big budget of cold water. and in this case marco rubio is holding the bucket of water in his case. he urged the senate to slow the whole thing down by just having hearings rather than a vote. and finally to the massive holes in our gun safety laws. texas district attorney john mccain clel land and his wife were assassinated at their home on saturday. and this comes after his assistant district attorney was killed in january. both shootings are thought to be part of a conspiracy of white spup -- supremacists. following the killing republican senator lindsey graham told cnn that he would be behind new efforts to keep law enforcement safe as long as they come from local authorityies, not the fed
legislation. also senators john mccain and chuck schumer join the conversation and the latest details on the breaking story out of texas where a factory explosion devastating has killed as many as 15 people. several firefighters still missing. more than 160 people injured and they are still looking for more victims. homes have been completely flattened in this blast. let's go straight to bill karins with an update on the weather which is impacting the situation even more there. >> it's going to be tough to get any media in this tiny texas town. i'll show you a map of this west texas town in the fertilizer plant specifically. i was just amazed. it's a tiny town. this is the fertilizer plant on the east side of town and literally has three tanks. this is where the main explosion was. very close to this this is a middle school right across the street. this building here is west haven rest home. west haven nursing home and a little community hospital. we are hearing most of the devastation up to the homes in this vicinity. a map that shows you this little tiny town and the destruction tha
'll talk to two members of the so-called gang of eight, democratic senator from new york, chuck schumer, and republican senator from arizona, jeff flake. >>> and it was a historic week of intense oral arguments at the supreme court as it considered the constitutionality of same-sex marriage. we'll hear from both sides and get insights and analysis on the implications moving forward in a special discussion that includes actor and gay rights supporter rob reiner. >>> good easter morning. pope francis celebrated his first easter mass it at the vatican encouraging those who have strayed from the faith to return. here at home it's divisive issues as washington grapples with guns, gay marriage and immigration. we have two key members of the so-called bipartisan gang of eight, senators working on a compromise immigration proposal. word coming this weekend that an agreement is near. we'll ask senators schumer and flake about that. first, i want to go around quickly with our first of two political roundtables to frame what's at stake in these debates. joining us the former senior adviser to pres
from each other better. i will share this example, working with chuck schumer we had the defense authorization bill and there is an area of that i have been overhard on which is we have veterans and come home from iraq and afghanistan and they have either close head trauma were lost the ability for a short period of time to maybe manage their affairs. we have through executive orders in the past, not with this president, with a republican president, taken away their ability to own a gun. not a gun to defend them but to go hunting with their grandson. and no where have they been adjudicated by the court to agree that they should lose their second amendment rights. social worker or psychologists do that. in working through this we had some tough stuff on the floor. we should do this on people not dangerous to themselves or anybody else and i had a way to roll chuck schumer last week, a second-degree amendment but i actually listened to him and said what are your real concerns? i chose not to roll him. i have a procedural way where i was going to win my amendment. i listened to him.
with the negotiations from chuck schumer because of that. >> well, you know, that's just totally inaccurate. i didn't back away from any negotiations. chuck schumer quit talking to me. i had a position that's been the same all along. i'm willing to do what it takes to actually make a difference so we don't have guns in the hands of people who shouldn't have them. how we do that is important. where chuck and i differed is how we did but i didn't back away. look. i'm not running for another elective office. i believe in the constitution. i actually follow the constitution. i don't pay attention to interest groups. >> final question, sir, on terms of the filibuster. senate majority leader mcconnell -- >> it's not going to be filibustered. >> yeah? >> no, it's not. provided harry reid has an open amendment process to where he guarantees us if we have legitimate bills that are within the scope of this bill and we have a legitimate amendments, if he's not going to limit those, we a ugt to have this debate. america needs to know where we stand. they need to know where we stand on protecting the bill of ri
by senators pat toomey and joe manchin. senator chuck schumer agreed not to appear when the two rolled o out the deal, because toomey didn't want to stand next to them, for political reasons. senator mark kirk, also co-sponsor of the compromise also agreed not to appear. at the news conference, toomey and manchin said all parties, including the nra, had been in the room. >> i've got to tell you, candidly, i don't consider criminal background checks to be gun control. >> we've taken all sides into consideration. have the nra sitting there, all people on all sides of the gun issue. >> have the nra sitting there, which then confirms exactly what we've been hearing about what happened two nights ago. while it was clear from the outset the nra would not support the bill, the question was, would they oppose it? well, now we've got an answer. being at the table did not stop the nra from releasing this letter it sent to senators after dinner last night. "the nra is unequivocally opposed to s. 649. in addition, the nra will oppose any amendments offered to. 649 that restrict fundamental second amendm
to this to the surface on the senate floor, but that may be coming. chuck schumer of new york, saying last month that an emerging strategy was to filibuster more republicans this year. this story from " near times," on sunday, talking about the delay of judicial nominees by obama. compared to 30a days for george w. bush. -- 100 days for obama compared to 30 days for george w. bush. what is on your mind? caller how it is funny that you would mention federal judges not being employed. i recently did 18 months as a federal grand juror. it is just amazing how slow things run because of the lack of judges. but that was not my point. for people who think that guns are either for criminals or or whomever the stereotypical gun violators are, let me tell you something haoma you are wrong. -- something, you are wrong. our police are totally outnumbered. it was such an eye opening experience to sit as a grand juror. we need to break our representatives with a or f. background checks, they get an a, if they vote against it, they get an f. it is more widespread than i ever dreamed. common sense would do so m
-- the surest office [inaudible] oute would immediately fly and have a banquet in his honor. >> chuck schumer makes the argument that the first amendment is an absolute. he cannot stop fire in a crowded theater. -- shout fire in a crowded theater. >> schumer is confused, which is not uncommon. sitton charles schumer is saying the first amendment site housetops a criminal act. nobody is free to create a criminal act with a gun. we do not have prior restraint on someone going into a theater. nothe same token we should be putting prior restraint on people obtaining firearms. pratt, and we will have to leave it there. thank you. with a ginger gibson and david sherfinski. senateppens when the returns this tuesday on gun legislation? >> harry reid has made clear he wants to move this bill to the floor. we have the threat we heard larry talk about. there is a procedural way where carry a rebate be able to move forward. it requires allowing a number of amendments to the bill. like us all things bands and magazine clips. there would be efforts to undo the bill. .o eliminate or strip it >> what about b
paul ryan will be played by mr. bean. senator chuck schumer will be played by grandpa munster. senator harry reid will be played by the old man from the american gothic painting. fox news aoger will be played by, speaker of the house john boehner will be played by tan mom. janet napolitano will be played by paul. former white house chief of staff and chicago mayor rahm emanuel will be play ed by "family guy." secretary of state john kerry will be played by an easter island head. i cannot tell those two apart. chief justice john roberts will be played by buzz lightyear. senator mitch mcconnell will be played by dame edna. cnn anchor wolf blitzer will be played by a furby. wayne lapierre will be played by raiders of the lost ark. jay carney will be played by ralphy from "a christmas story." ladies and gentlemen, this is a huge honor. thank you very much. >> one of the best, conan o'brien. i will see you back here at the top of the hour at 8:00 eastern. "dr. sanjay gupta md" will be baon after a short break. >>> i will tell you, i was walking around here yesterday afternoon and it was fil
and chuck schumer says he believes lawmakers will find compromise on at least one key issue. >> we go to the floor i'm still hopeful of the sweet spot, background checks, can succeed. >> debate on the measure by the full senate could begin as early as tomorrow. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in israel this morning. he just finished meeting with palestinian president mahmoud abbas in an effort to revive peace talks that stalled in 2002. he says he won't do that until construction stops in the east bank. meanwhile, tensions in the region has risen following rocket attacks from the hamas ruled gaza strip. kerry is scheduled to meet with the israeli president and palestinian prime minister today. >>> in afghanistan a surge in springtime violence led to the death of seven americans over the weekend. officials say a fierce battle between u.s.-backed afghan forces and taliban militants has left nearly 20 people dead including 11 afghan children killed in an air strike and an american civilian adviser. the u.s.-led coalition says it is assessing the incident but cannot confirm that civi
gun restrictions were just signed into law. new york senator chuck schumer saying he believes lawmakers will find compromise on at least one key issue. >> we go to the floor, i'm still hopeful that what i call the sweet spot, background checks, can succeed. >> debate on the measure by the full senate could begin as early as tomorrow. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in israel this morning. trying to revive peace talks that stalled back in 2002. he just finished meeting with palestinian president mahmoud abbas. abbas says he will not negotiate until israel stops construction in the west bank. >>> meanwhile, tensions in the region have risen following rocket attacks from the hamas-ruled gaza strip. israeli warplanes followed with its first strike on the territory since november. kerry is scheduled to meet with the israeli president and palestinian prime minister today. >>> a roadside bomb has killed at least nine people and injured 22 others in afghanistan. the latest in the surge in springtime violence that led to the deaths of at least six americans over the weekend. this
the nra. chuck schumer was nowhere to be seen as the press conference. toomey thought having him there would hurt their cause. schumer and others had been working with manchin for weeks, but coburn wouldn't agree with a paper trail of gun sales. once he was gone the group added toomey instead and the new coalition was able to come up with a moderate plan that pleased everyone. and that seems to be enough for the 14 republican senator who just yesterday had been sheiking about filibustering any gun bill that came to the floor. ted cruz actually cancelled a press conference this morning on the filibuster that he had scheduleded. but he didn't let reporters know. so when they showed up there was an empty podium with a handwritten note. cruz's spokesperson says he still plans to filibuster but that doesn't matter. the families of newtown were on capitol hill today meeting with the senators. >> i'm a parent . . . and a grandparent . . . >> let's all share. [ laughter ] >> i can't imagine. if i could do something. i can do something. >> michael: it's just so incredi
senator chuck schumer sparred with chuck grassley about the future of the legislation. >> a few ways to improve the bill offer an amendment when we start markup in may. let's vote on it. i say that particularly those pointing to what happened, the terrible tragedy in boston as a, i would say, excuse for not doing a bill or delaying it many months or years. >> i never said. i didn't say you did sir. >> i never said get i didn't say that. >> i don't know. >> mr. chairman, i don't appreciate your character of the witnesses that have come here. >> behavioral issues, earlier, senator patrick leahy opened the hearing with tough words for his republican counterparts. >> last weeks proponents exploit the boston marathon bombing. i urge restraint in that regard. refugees and asylum seekers have enriched the fabric of our founding. let no one be so cruel as to try to use the heinous acts of these two young bhen to derail the dreams an futures of millions of hard working people. >> well, a number of republican snores, including rand paul, are urging the reform process to be slowed in the wake o
shown by people as diverse as jeff flake and dick durbin, chuck schumer and rube. the democrats and republicans tried to cobble together a bill that's thoughtful, sensitive and tough and with an eye towards getting something done. i can imagine the dynamic. anytime you have chuck schuman, you have to have seven adults to control him. >> chris: wow. >> the leadership from all -- >> we were on the path to bipartisan. this was a beautiful moment. >> there are three democrats worried about him as well. >> chris: you're not answering my question. >> look, it helps him. he's seen to be a leader. leaders do things that are important. >> chris: is it going to give somebody to the right of him, in the tea party, ability to say you're soft -- >> wait a minute, jeff flake is a tea party. >> chris: marco rubio. >> labrador, a tea part. >> chris: you know somebody is going to -- >> that's fine. leaders do things because they're important, not because they guarantee success. >> what we saw in the last election is winning the nomination is not enough. this may complicate the process but it mak
of the leaders of the so-called gang of eight, democratic senator chuck schumer. senator, welcome back to "can meat t meet the press." is a deal at hand for immigration reform? we know about the issue having to do with visas and wages between the business lobby and the labor lobby. is a deal done? >> well, with the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved on the gang of eight. now everyone, we've all agreed, that we're not going to come to a final agreement until we see draft legislative language and we agree on that. we drafted some of it already. the rest will be drafted this week and so i am very, very optimistic that we will have an agreement among the eight of us next week. senator leahy has agreed to have extensive markup and debate on the bill in april, and then we go to the floor, god willing, in may. i hi we're on track. >> you were quoted as saying the deal is near, the deal is at hand, and all of that coverage got senator rubio, the republican, part of this gang of eight to say, whoa, whoa, whoa, no deal yet. that we're closer. so is there dis
? >> one republican is doing it one democrat is doing it you know what chuck schumer is doing? he's pushing the issue so that if the republicans back away he can say, i blame them. and what is marco rubio doing? he's pulling back. because then if it breaks down, he can go -- i'm blaming them. they're doing exactly the same thing, there's no difference. rubio has to do this. if he doesn't he's going to get lit up by the far right on this issue. >> he has to back away a little bit. >> he must back away to a large degree. if he doesn't, schumer is going to railroad all over him like we've never seen that before, right? >> i think it's a more complicated calculus than that. rubio has to be seen as not cutting a back-room deal. he can't look like he's hashing some deal out with democrats and he's doing this behind the back of conservatives and behind the back of everybody else. we live in an era where members of congress, especially republicans, want to see everything done through what is called regular order. going through committees. taking this long path. not cutting deals like john boehner t
act which is chuck schumer's bill. the school safety enhancement act which deals with a lot of the security questions around schools. as well as discussions about magazine regulation. if you look on the right side of the screen, what you have is the end game here. harry reid has winnowed this down to only background checks and school safety. while laudable, is not gun regulation and doesn't deal with the access to guns and the flow of guns that you're describing. so where do you think we are versus harry reid and this plan that will move on the floor? is it enough that he's saying there will be amendments for these additional packages? or do you not think that will work? >> we were very disappointed when harry reid took senator feinstein's proposal off. we really admired her bill and wanted to see that happen. as president obama said, we deserve a vote. those kids in sandy hook deserve a vote and this is not fair. however, feinstein also said that the previous assault weapons ban passed on amendments. so maybe there is a chance here. if it doesn't happen though, we are not g
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that chuck schumer, who's the leading democrat, trying to find any republican to come onboard on a background check bill. and martin, let's be clear. there's a lot of pieces of the gun legislation, there's the idea of limiting the size of certain magazines. there's about gun trafficking. the assault weapons ban. but the one bill that has a chance at getting bipartisan support is that bill that 90% of the country supports, which is increased background checks. and chuck schumer is trying to find a republican. tom coburn from oklahoma is a possibility. he's working on another piece of gun legislation and telling, talking with the white house, as we speak. and then there's pat toomey, a conservative republican on fiscal issues but who comes from a state with a lot of suburban and urban geography to it in pennsylvania. >> right. >> reporter: where this issue is very popular. and he would be up for re-election in 2016. so he's a possible. if you get that, martin, you might get more republicans onboard. >> let's see what happens. nbc's chuck todd. thanks so much, chuck. >>> for more, we bring in de
to improve the bill or designed otherwise. now there are four of us-- chuck schumer, myself, lindsey graham and jeff flake-- on the senate judiciary committee where this bill will be considered. we're having our first hearing tomorrow, then another one on monday come after the may recess will come back in the first week of may with an opportunity to go through markup. >> warner: but you've worked now with these seven other senators very closely for the last three, four months. do you think each one is committed and ready to vote against amendments offered by members and the maybe more ideological end of their caucus? the people they consider friends and colleagues and who represent constituencys that remember the gang of eight also has to worry about? >> you put your finger on the biggest challenge. when you have a brokered compromise that really tries to strike a balance and then you open it to amendments i know they're going to be some heart breaking vote there is. there were things that if i were an independent on this issue and not vested in this process i'd gladly vote for them. i'm su
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is going to need it. >> thank you very much. >>> senators john mccain and chuck schumer, the lead negotiators on immigration reform, are now predicting their bill will get majority support from both parties. but there are new reports the house will reject a comprehensive approach in favor of a piecemeal strategy. we'll get the latest on immigration. when our little girl was born, we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first day of school. (little girl) bye bye! made a best friend forever. the back seat of my subaru is where she grew up. what? (announcer) designed for your most precious cargo. (girl) what? (announcer) the all-new subaru forester. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. bikes and balloons, wholesome noodles on spoons. a kite, a breeze, a dunk of grilled cheese. catches and throws, and spaghettio's. that's what happy kids are made of. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. [ male announcer ] from the way the bristles move to the way they clean, once you try an oral-b deep sweep power brush, you'll never go back to a regul
, sealed and delivered, chuck schumer being far more optimistic about it. is marco rubio trying to protect his right flank? or is he trying to protect the deal and make sure that it doesn't get shot down prematurely? >> i think he's trying to protect the opportunity at the end of the day to get something done by being realistic. i was in the white house in 1986 when we did the last big immigration reform bill. it took -- >> i remember it well. >> sure you do. were you in the white house, too. it took the full two years of the congress. it is enormously complicated and complex. and it is great do see people getting closer and closer together, agreeing on principles, working on this and that. but we shouldn't forget that this is an enormously complex piece of legislation that has many facets. ed talked about just some of the things that very little has even been said about. so i wish it would be done next week, but it's better than it be done right than it be done in a hurry. >> ed rendell, let me ask you about someone you worked vr closely with. hillary clinton is reemerging a bit more this
an agreement that everyone likes. on the sunday shows, you have chuck schumer who said, we're going to get something done by the end of this week. then there was lindsey graham on "meet the press." maybe it's two weeks. a little discrepancy. they are all on the same page. they're just ironing out the details and those details are often very big and important. >> all right. mark murray, we'll talk to you. >>> still ahead, we've got new information just coming in after two republican lawmakers call for an investigation into jay-z and beyonce's trip to cuba. the treasury department is now saying the couple had permission to visit. we'll get you more details of the. >>> this is our "news nation" gut check. a lot going on today, here some things we thought you should know. chelsea clinton may be ready to follow in her parents' footsteps. the former first daughter, she didn't rule out running for office. >> right now i'm grateful to live in a city and a state and a country where i strongly support my mayor and my governor and my president and my senators and my representative. if at some point t
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calling announcement of a deal premature. but senator chuck schumer says this deal is not in jeopardy. >> i talked to marco yesterday, we had great conversations and he is protecting some of the things that he thinks are very important in the bill but i don't think that will stand in the way in any way of any final agreement. >> is there a disagreement between the two of you how close we are to a deal? >> it is semantics, business and labor have an agreement and on the future flow that has been the issue that has undone immigration reform in the past. >> i want to bring in "washington post" columnist, dana milbank and msnbc contributor and slate reporter, dave weigle. good morning. >> good morning. >> just a couple of headlines, why marco rubio needs to slow walk immigration a word of caution from rubio on immigration. dana, what's his strategy here? >> his strategy is to get this deal done without antagonizing rush limbaugh and the others in the conservative base who are crucial if he is going to run for president in 2016, he is going to remain a major force in con
chuck schumer all the way on the left to take upon themselves to legislate and split the difference between the two parties. that is a fundamentally different change. there is also increased emphasis on timing. in 1986, when immigration reform and tax reform passed, that was at the end almost during an election. now all of the energy is rests tightly against being right after an election because people are afraid that in 2014 they will be caught up and folks will be on election mode again. be madee that deals can is complex versus the past. host: with the senate's kicking off debate and holding a vote forward on gung legislation, we are hearing about the two of these people that are cutting deals. that is senator joe manchin and pat toomey, republican of pennsylvania. the two of them coming together on background checks. explain where they come from and how it is that those two got together on this issue. is almost the exception that proves this role. he is actually moderate democratic and a red state. to me have a lifetime a rating from the nra. is implement of what i said. he come
on this legislation visited the border last week. john mccain, lindsey graham and chuck flake. and chuck schumer become on "meet the press" this morning. fred bingham said, "you can't too wonky on c-span." democratic caller, hi, catherine. caller: i have a comment on situation. with 20 million unemployed american citizens, some of them returning vets, a lot of them college students not being able to find jobs, the parties to fall all over each other to pander to a group of people who should not be in this country. host: rebecca tallent? guest: there are two pieces here. the unemployment rate which you are mentioning amongst a lot -- especially college graduates and veterans -- i know is a significant concern society proposal that the gang of eight is putting together basis much of the cap off of unemployment rate in certain areas and certain sectors so you're not flooding the market in places with a high unemployment rate with temporary workers where they might have the possibility of having american workers fill those jobs, too. the second piece you mentioned was the pandering to people who sho
habla ilia calderon.activistas y dreamers protestaron ante las oficinas del senador chuck schumer en nueva york y le pidieron que devuelva donaciones de carceles privadas donde mantienen a cientos de inmigrantes.el presidente obama anuncio hoy un proyecto de investigaciones para hacer el mapa del cerebro humano, con el objetivo de curar enfermedades como la epilepsia, el autismo y el alzheimer.y los periodistas pudieron ver hoy nueva york desde el sitio donde estara el mirador del nuevo centro mundial de comercio, que abrira en el 2015.mas en despierta america ¿piensas que cargar 10 ó 20 libras de peso extra no es mucho? fuimos a un parque y repartimos bolsas de arena de 10 y 20 libras a la gente. -ahora ya entiendo por qué la gente pesada no puede caminar mucho. porque la rodilla, lo siente uno. así como van los años, es muy fácil subir de peso. no quiero este peso para mí. a nadie le gustó cargar el peso extra, pero la gente lo hace todo el tiempo. ¿no te gustaría librarte de ese peso y dejar de ganar más? mujer: no quiero tener más peso en el futuro, no. ♪ >> 5 hispa
as the gang of 8 dispatched some members to update america on its progress. chuck schumer told "face the nation" that he is hopeful about optimistic about a deal. >> we hope that we can have a bipartisan agreement on comprehensive immigration reform by the end of this week. >> michael: end of the week. friday's beers are on me. but before we put friday on the calen lar, let's get lindsey graham's assessment. >> what stands in the way of a deal? >> we have an agreement between business and labor, but we're hoping to get this done within the next couple of weeks, it's some issues by high-skill and low-skill workers. >> michael: he did give the bill a 70% chance of approval especially if marco rubio signs on. for more let's head to washington, d.c. sarlin. the "talking points memo" reporter is closely following the back and forth. bengie, how are ya? >> doing well. >> michael: bengie the gang of 8 already missed their march deadline, how close do you think they are? >> i believe they are very, very close. before this labor and business deal that you heard lindsey grah
in boston. her story straight ahead. >>> developing overnight, senator chuck schumer appeared on the senate floor at around 2:00 a.m. to officially file a bipartisan immigration reform bill. the legislation would secure borders, revamp legal immigration, boost workplace enforcement and put 11 million people in the u.s. illegally on the path to citizenship. >>> and a scare on capitol hill. according to missouri senator claire mccaskill, investigators have identified a suspect who may have sent a suspicious letter to one of her colleagues. that letter was addressed to mississippi senator roger wicker. preliminary tests show the presence of the potentially lethal poison ricin. more extensive testing on that letter is now under way. >>> travel nightmare for thousands of travelers after a computer glitch forced american airlines to ground its entire fleet. even though the problem has been fixed, more cancellations expected today. the latest from abc's preeti arla. >> reporter: american airlines hopes to get its flights off the ground today but still won't be running at full speed. the airline sa
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